Student Formation Outcomes

In the 2018-2019 school year, Divine Saviour school transitioned from having Student Learning Expectations to Student Formation Outcomes (SFOs). The shift from Student Learning Expectations to Student Formation Outcomes reflects the shift in mentality from being a Catholic School primarily concerned with the academic preparation of students to a Catholic School in the Servite Tradition which is primarily concerned with the holistic formation of the whole student.

Upon graduation from Divine Saviour school, every graduate can declare:

  1. I can use faith and reason to interact with and learn from the world around me.
  2. I can develop habits that lead to a knowledge and appreciation of myself.
  3. I can strive for academic excellence through study of a rigorous curriculum and apply what I learn to my lived experience.
  4. I can regularly engage in and value teamwork as a means for my growth.
  5. I can know, appreciate, and live like Jesus, as taught through the Servite charism and modeled by the Blessed Virgin Mary.

In the lower grades, the SFOs are:

  1. I can use faith and reason to learn from the world around me.
  2. I can develop habits that lead me to know and love myself.
  3. I can try my best at school and I use what I learn every day.
  4. I can work well with others to help me grow.
  5. I can follow Jesus and be like Mary, just like the Servites do.